Ningunas/os for nouns that are always plural

Vince B1Kwiziq community member

Ningunas/os for nouns that are always plural

The explanation of the use of ningunas/os seems to have changed.  "The plurals ningunos and ningunas also exist, but they are quite rare and add an emphatic sense to the negation."  I think it used to say that they are used for nouns that are always plural such as, las gafas.  Did this change? Is the "always plural" usage still correct in addition to adding emphasis?
Asked 3 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Vince

We still have that sample sentence but it is in this other lesson for ningún/ninguna as adjectives used at the beginning of the sentence. Have a look here

Saludos

Inma

Ningunas/os for nouns that are always plural

The explanation of the use of ningunas/os seems to have changed.  "The plurals ningunos and ningunas also exist, but they are quite rare and add an emphatic sense to the negation."  I think it used to say that they are used for nouns that are always plural such as, las gafas.  Did this change? Is the "always plural" usage still correct in addition to adding emphasis?

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